Article - 4 Mar 2004
Australian researchers at the University of Technology in Sydney have found a way to use nanoparticles to allow light through glass but block most of the heat. Posted July 9 2003
Article - 21 Oct 2003
Lehigh University scientists have found that nanoscopic cracks on the surface of glassware may spoil its transparency and make it appear dirty. Posted October 21 2003
Article - 10 Dec 2004
There are several different methods of classification for nanomaterials. This article focuses on the categorisation of nanoparticles, fullerenes, dendrimers, nanowires, nanotubes, nanolayers and...
Article - 1 Mar 2004
Cabot Corporation, a leading global producer of specialty chemicals, has announced it has agreed to work with Super Sky Products, Inc., a division of Vitro America, to jointly produce and market a...
Article - 5 Mar 2012
This article looks at the effect of transparent and opaque materials on particle size determination.
Article - 9 Jan 2004
NanoProducts Corporation has announced that its technology has been successfully demonstrated to significantly improve the performance of coatings. Posted Ocotber 18 2003
News - 16 Mar 2010
Imagine plugging a microscope into the USB port of your PC or laptop and viewing images with 10x to 200x or even 500x magnification.
The latest models of handheld microscopes from Cole-Parmer...
News - 20 Dec 2010
One of the requirements to keep trends in computer technology on track – to be ever faster, smaller, and more energy-efficient – is faster writing and processing of data. In the Dec. 17...
News - 21 May 2009
Electrons orbiting the nucleus of an atom act like waves, rather than particles. To study these electrons, particularly the important outer electrons, researchers from the RIKEN Advanced Science...
News - 23 Apr 2009
Superconductivity is caused by electrons forming pairs in particular types of materials. This pairing makes the electrons insensitive to the perturbations in their pathway and leads to the...